Laboratory of Brain Imaging is a core facility at Nencki Institute. LOBI provides access to cutting edge research support and technologies for internal and external customers. The core technologies being developed and used at the Laboratory are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), spectroscopy (MRS), electroencephalograpy (EEG - including EEG-fMRI simultaneous recordings), Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and computational image analysis.
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Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship Awarded to Dr Herman!

Dr Aleksandra Herman from Lobi received a prestigious MSCActions Postdoctoral Fellowship!

She will be conducting her project: "PAInful Decisions - How chronic pain affects daily decision-making" at the University of South Australia working with Professor Tasha Stanton and at the Nencki Institute working with Professor Artur Marchewka.

Congratulations 👏🏼 #MSCA

Scanner upgrade planned for summer break

We've recently acquired financial support to upgrade our scanner to the best hardware available for 3T systems (public tender). We want to perform the work during a summer break from July 15th to 31 August. We kindly ask for Your patience during the pause and we will be happy to introduce the new features as soon as possible. In case of any doubts please feel free to contact the MRI Engineer - Bartosz Kossowski.

Dr Marek Wypych on air!

New podcast about procrastination with dr Marek Wypych from LOBI and dr Joachim Kowalski from Experimental Psychopathology Lab.

25. Science Festival

As a part of 25. Science Festival, three researchers from LOBI gave talks about their research. You can find the recordings from these talks under the links below (the talks are available in Polish only).

dr Marek Wypych:
„Co wiemy o odwlekaniu spraw i czy badania mózgu pozwolą opracować metody radzenia z prokrastynacją?”

dr hab. Maciej Juryńczyk:
„Rezonans magnetyczny – okno do wnętrza mózgu dotkniętego chorobą”

mgr Michał Szczepanik:
„Technologie wielkie i małe w rękach badaczy ludzkiego mózgu”

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